Definition of Spookiest

1. Adjective. (superlative of spooky) ¹



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Definition of Spookiest

1. spooky [adj] - See also: spooky

Lexicographical Neighbors of Spookiest

spoofy
spook
spook out
spookdom
spooked
spookeries
spookery
spookfest
spookfests
spookfish
spookfishes
spookhouse
spookhouses
spookier
spookiest
spookily
spookiness
spookinesses
spooking
spookish
spookmaster
spookmasters
spooks
spookshow
spookshows
spookspeak
spooktacular
spooky
spooky PAC

Literary usage of Spookiest

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Popular Science Monthly (1877)
"In fine, it may as well come out—he was a spiritualist, in the strictest, spookiest sense. The owls are intensely carnivorous. The diminutive ones will feed ..."

2. The Tragedy of Pelée: A Narrative of Personal Experience and Observation in by George Kennan (1902)
"... and Mr. Varían admitted to me that those silent houses, filled with ash-plastered corpses, were the " spookiest " places he had ever seen. ..."

3. The International Socialist Review by Algie Martin Simons (1907)
"They both try to banish spooks and end up by worshiping the spookiest of spooks. Marx, Engels, Bruno Bauer, Feuerbach, Max Stirner (Caspar Schmidt), ..."

4. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1907)
"... psychology as one of the "spooky sciences", they must regard that department of psychology which deals with the imagination as the spookiest of all. ..."

5. The Moose Book: Facts and Stories from Northern Forests by Samuel Merrill (1920)
"... with a couple of guttural coughs or sobs, followed by a scalp-lifting, blood-curdling wail, the ' spookiest' sound that any mortal could possibly utter. ..."

6. Fifteen Years' Sport and Life in the Hunting Grounds of Western America and by William Adolph Baillie-Grohman (1900)
"... &c., striking the iron sides, as the ship lurched from side to side, heard down there in the semi-darkness, were among the spookiest sounds imaginable, ..."

7. We Knew Paul: Conversations With Friends and Students of Paul Rosenfels by Dean Hannotte (1990)
"... spookiest thing was knowing that Jung's book was written in the 1920's and that he was quoting from a book that was written many years before that. ..."

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